Music and bands' round up
BANDS Stain, Glam 69 and Looney Tunes will be playing at a charity gig at Burgh Hall, Lord's Lane, Burgh Castle tomorrow, Saturday. All proceeds will go to the James Paget Hospital's Sandra Chapman Centre and Ward 17.
BANDS Stain, Glam 69 and Looney Tunes will be playing at a charity gig at Burgh Hall, Lord's Lane, Burgh Castle tomorrow, Saturday. All proceeds will go to the James Paget Hospital's Sandra Chapman Centre and Ward 17. Stuart Marshall who received treatment at the hospital is drumming in Stain. The event starts at 8pm there will be food and disco as well as the three live bands. There will also be a raffle with prizes donated by Pleasurewood Hills, Shake Rattle and Roll, Docra's Rock Shop, Yesterday's World, Burgh Hall's Monets Seafood Restaurant and Bwell Fitness.
Local band Beat Deluxe are appearing at The Turnstone, Hopton on Sea tomorrow, Saturday. For the very best from The Beach Boys to Zutons get down to The Turnstone and see Beat Deluxe live for an Easter treat.
Canine Feline will be playing The Wheelwright's Gorleston tomorrow (Saturday) 9pm. It will be the band's second local gig since new guitarist Ashley joined and will feature some much awaited new material. Female fronted rock originals band Canine Feline are - Rebecca Nudd (vocals), Ashley Holmes (guitar), Arron Clark (bass) and Carl Blackett (drums). Check out www.myspace.com/caninefeline or the band's Facebook page.
The Harpoon Blues Band will be playing at the Plough Inn, Market Lane in Blundeston on Good Friday evening and live music lovers can look forward to an evening of good fun blues and a great atmosphere. The Harpoon Blues band are Paul Gillings (harmonica and vocals), Neil Challis (guitar and vocals), Phil Cook (Bass) and Ian Pease (Drums). The band will be playing from 9pm, admission is free.
Maxwell and Murphy are playing at the Lord Nelson tonight, Friday, at 9pm. On Sunday, they appear at the Never Turn Back in Caister at 5pm. Maxwell and Murphy play rock and indie such as songs by Kings of leon, Oasis, Bon Jovi, Snow Patrol and have added new songs to their set. Check out www.myspace.com/maxwellandmurphyduo for more information or call Phil on 07799 561113.
The Fender Benders Boogie Band will be playing at The Lord Nelson in Gorleston. The gig is going ahead on Sunday, April 4 at 3pm, and drummer Lisa Knights will be hoping to collect money for her first ever marathon. She will go going the distance in Brighton on Sunday, April 18, and hopes to raise �1,000 for the Guide Dogs Association. To sponsor Lizzie contact 07547487368.
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Local band Second Hand Blues will be performing at The Mariners Tavern in Great Yarmouth this Saturday from 9pm.
The band will be performing their usual set of uptempo classic blues tracks as well as previewing songs from their new album which is due to be released in the next few weeks. For more information about the band and to keep up to date on gigs you can visit www.secondhandblues.co.uk or search them out on Facebook.